Teaching Through Tragedy

It was the most draining week in teaching I've ever experienced. For, it reaffirmed for me that teaching is so much more than a job; it's life, all encompassing. As teachers, we not only bring our jobs home, we bring who were are and the experiences we've had into the classroom to share with our... Continue Reading →

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Listening to the MUSES

  Greek mythology tells of nine muses, the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne: goddesses who inspire with their talents representing aspects of the arts and sciences. The dictionary definition includes a brief etymology of the word, but also offers more modern day interpretations.         Often, artists (painters, writers, musicians...) tell of the... Continue Reading →

When Lawsuits Make the Country Crumble: When is Too Much, Too Much?

In the wake of the Sandy Hook Massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, a place I took the opportunity to visit earlier this week, Irv Pinsky, local lawyer announced his intent, on behalf of a six year-old survivor, to sue the government for 100 million dollars for not having the proper protocols in place to prevent an... Continue Reading →

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